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At the time, aerial intelligence was collected via fighter jets, or other very un-stealthy aircraft, that were fitted with cameras and sent out to make daring runs, sometimes at very low-level and at very high speeds, over enemy territory.At best these systems could capture a snapshot in time of the enemies force posture, which could never be exploited in real-time, and was only gained at incredible risk to the aircrews involved.
Tacit Blue had no such luxury as it would have to loiter for hours over enemy territory, and thus every angle would be susceptible to radar surveillance for prolonged periods of time.
Never before could America , and the creative minds over at the Pentagon were deciding exactly where this new revolutionary method of designing aircraft could make the most impact.
One of the areas where they wanted to push the stealth envelope was in the business of battlefield reconnaissance.
GMTI is a radar mode that basically sees the movement of vehicles across large land masses, as well an associated Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) mode that could theoretically map the battlefield using high-resolution radar beams and computer processing instead of optical photography.
Both modes are able to peer through inclement weather with ease, can be implemented at long-range, and are persistent in nature.
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Yet after writing the piece something about the genesis of the now infamous bat-winged tactical reconnaissance platform sat odd with me.